Lessons for Pop Art

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  • Hamburger Collage - … art projects including their own Matisse-inspired disco dancer collage. Make it Pop!: Activities and Adventures in Pop Art by Joyce Raimondo Make It Pop!: Activities and Adventures in Pop Art, draws children into the lively, bold world of pop art by …
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  • Modern Messages - … the following introductions to different art movements: Dada, Pop Art, Happenings, Art Brut, Performance Art, Conceptual Art ([excerpted from "XX-Century: Art Movements" (http://www.monteferro.com … Duchamp Group 2: Pop Art Movement: "Pop art was pioneered in London in the mid-1950s... In the early 1960s Pop art took off in the … , Ed Ruscha, and Andy Warhol. With its roots in Dada, pop art explored the image world of popular culture, from which its …
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  • Pop Art Pins and Magnets - … patterns in the art. They will then transform the commercial art into whimsical, wearable, one of a kind, art piece. Pop Art OBJECTIVE Students will create pins and/or magnets that convert commercial art into original art pieces by using …
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  • Complementary Color Names - … each other on this intriguing art tool. Then look at various works by Andy Warhol. Discuss his Pop Art technique of using bold … . Compare the visual effects of your classmates' Pop Art. Adult supervision is required for any arts & crafts project. Observe children closely and intervene … of his form of Pop Art. Debate whether or not his work is art. Why or why not? What is art? Musical Role Models …
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  • Andy Warhol Napkin Drawing, Ca. 1983 - … perhaps the most famous pop artist of the 20th century. (Photo * David Lefranc/Kipa/Corbis.) Is this art? ... Why or why not … on the art world. What are the definitions of pop art and ? What are some of Warhol's most famous pieces of pop art? Do … example, graffiti, industrial design, street art) that is not traditionally recognized as art. Defend its position as art - or explain why you think … Andy Warhol's life and work. Andy Warhol: Prince of Pop by Jan Greenberg and Sandra Jordan (Delacorte Press, 2004) Discusses …
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  • Bruce Wilson - … that illustrates the different styles. Cubism, pointillism, realism, folk art, and pop art are defined, and there is a discussion of the artists … Aububon (realism), Clementine Hunter (folk art), and Andy Warhol (pop art). Show the children examples of their art works. In the computer lab or … a work of art they create. The teacher can have each group explore a specific style. For example, with pop art the students …
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  • Inspirational Pop Art - Inspirational Pop Art by Lisa Lee View More Images Categories Curriculum: Art Age/Grade: Elementary 2 Subject: Drawing, Painting Materials: Markers, Paint … (pop art) 3) View a sampling of Haring's art 4) Create an inspirational poster based on Haring's style Resources 1) Masterpiece Art … . I shared how Haring wanted his art to be for everyone and talked about his subway art, pop art shop, and his social messages. Questions We looked at an untitled piece of Haring's art and I …
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  • Andy Warhol Images - … of color. - Apply their knowledge of watercolors. - Understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures. History: Andy Warhol Aesthetics … "Pop Art." - Pop art began in Great Britain, the completely developed in America, - Pop artists dealt with the juxtaposing of high art and low class art, the lack of connection with the art, and television …
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  • Andy Warhol Images - … of color. - Apply their knowledge of watercolors. - Understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures. History: Andy Warhol Aesthetics … "Pop Art." - Pop art began in Great Britain, the completely developed in America, - Pop artists dealt with the juxtaposing of high art and low class art, the lack of connection with the art, and television …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
  • Andy Warhol Images - … of color. - Apply their knowledge of watercolors. - Understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures. History: Andy Warhol Aesthetics … "Pop Art." - Pop art began in Great Britain, the completely developed in America, - Pop artists dealt with the juxtaposing of high art and low class art, the lack of connection with the art, and television …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-8
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